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M i a 🧣 Jul 8
Replying to @sisimiaa
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Laolu Akande Jul 8
Inundated by wide circulation of Fake News about VP's purported involvement in some EFCC recovery billions, pls rest assured they're all LIES: calculated to confuse and concocted to smear Prof. Osinbajo's image. The VP has'nt & will never be involved in any such shady activities
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Olufunke Lawson Jul 8
THE MAN THAT GOES BY THE NAME UDE "Ude in full is Udegbunam an Igbo name meaning, “Let my generosity prevail” or "let my God-given fame not kill me". This is not the case with Jackson Ude, a man suffering from Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)"
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Chelsea FC Jul 7
Timed to perfection. 👏
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Rere Ayodele Jul 5
This is wrong on soo many levels!
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Of LAGOS' Jul 4
It won't cost you a dime to help retweet my hustle🙏🙏
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APCYF South West Jul 2
[APC RECONCILIATION] Members of APC () Caretaker/Extraordinary convention Committee, led by the Yobe State Governor, Hon. Mai Mala Buni today visited Chief Bisi Akande in Ila Orangun, Osun state.
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Bola Ahmed Tinubu Jul 2
APC caretaker committee meets Tinubu Asiwaju met with Kebbi State Governor, Alh, Abubakar Bagudu, Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, Yobe State Governor & Chairman APC Caretaker/ Extraordinary Convention Committee, Hon. Mai Mala Buni...
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Gbénró Adégbolá ن Jul 1
Mr. 'Bola Ige, co-secretary of the 18th Ecumenical Student Conference held at the University of Ohio, Athens Ohio, and The Rev. Martin Luther King jr at the daily news briefing during the conference which took place between December 27, 1959 and January 2, 1960.
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APCYF South West Jul 1
[PHOTO NEWS] President Buhari () sends 41 names to the Senate () as ambassadorial nominees for confirmation.
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Ayekooto Jul 1
I stand with LAWAN
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Fed Min of Info & Cu Jun 30
REMARKS BY THE HONORABLE MINISTER OF INFORMATION & CULTURE, ALH. LAI MOHAMMED *THE CALL FOR PAY-AS-YOU-GO (PAYG) SUBSCRIPTION MODEL FOR PAY-TV IN NIGERIA* 👇
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Success Idowu Jun 30
Buhari is the best President Nigeria has ever produced. God bless you my leader. 👇 ~ Governor Nyesom Wike
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Man From Laurentium Jun 30
Replying to @bravefacefunkie
O deep 🤔
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APCYF South West Jun 30
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dooshimadennis Jun 29
Things that looks like love -Dates,Gifts,Romance,Frequent calls,Attention,Sex. This is not love. What love truly is-Sacrifice,Trust,Respect,Loyalty,Forgiveness,Correction without judgement,Support,Peace of mind,Unconditional acceptance. Remember!
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Dr. Guendouzi (The Cerebral Assassin) Jun 29
Awolowo didn't use hunger, stop peddling silly lies told to you by Ojukwu to attract sympathy. Ojukwu wasn't prepared for war, he had no food reserve for the people. He evacuated towns and villages where the people were farming and eating well.
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Chief Ojukwu Jun 29
1. Nigerian civil war or the Biafran war (depending on perspective) has the Biafran story, Nigerian troops, the Ijaws, Kalabaris, Efik, Ibibios etc Let's not forget who fired the 1st shot. When we talk massacres, let's mention all; Oron, Auchi, Okene..etc let's mention what
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Man From Laurentium Jun 29
Replying to @bravefacefunkie
😁😁😁😁
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Adeleke Opeyemi Jun 29
President has approved the re-opening of schools (only for students in graduating classes, that’s Primary 6, JSS3 and SSS3) to allow them prepare for examinations.
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